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John R. SEARLEPhilosophy 138 001 Fall 2010 UC Berkeley Philosophy of Society

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Lectures from the course Philosophy 138, 001|Fall 2010|UC Berkeley (Philosophy of Society) by John R. SEARLE. Copied to archive.org on closure of the UCB podcast site in order to preserve access. Note: some lectures may appear to be missing (gap in numbering). This usually means that there was a holiday or no lecture on the day the recording was due, although sometimes it does mean that the audio is not available. Course Description:
Philosophy of Society



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Artist/Composer: John R. SEARLE
Contributor: Brendan Scott
Language: English

Creative Commons license: Creative Commons 3.0: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs


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